Another pirate confesses to deadly attack
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Police on Wednesday arrested a third pirate who was wanted for the brutal murder of the four fishermen between October 5 -13, 2019.

The man, identified as Lenox Grimond called “Breeze” was arrested just after noon and taken to the #51 Police Station where he remains in custody after confessing to his role in the deadly piracy attack.

Grimond, whose last address was given as Cromarty Village, East Berbice
Corentyne, is the third person to confess to the crime. He is expected to be charged soon.

On Wednesday, Suresh Sundat called “Chu Chu Bai” and Narine Dhanrajh called “Buckman”, both from Belvedere Village, East Berbice, Corentyne were charged with the capital offence after confessing participation in the attack Friday last, hours after being arrested.

Sundat, 22, and Dhanrajh, 30, told investigators they were part of the five-man crew which attacked the SARA 1 in a bid to loot its catch.

The other two members, O’Brian Fraser called “Shines” and Anonth
Boodrage called “Andy” are wanted by the police for their role in the attack.

Fraser is from Eversham Village on the Corentyne while Boodrage is from Lot 97 Belvedere Village. Both men, according to police, are 21 years old.

According to sources close to the investigation, Sundat and Dhanrajh are claiming they remained on their vessel while Grimond, Fraser and Boodrage embarked on the SARA 1 and tried to loot the catch.

The four-man crew of Marvin Tamessar called “Buddy”, 20; Lamar Petrie, 20; Vishnu Seeram called “Kevin” also 20, all of Miss Phoebe, East Berbice, Corentyne and Kawal Kissoon, called “Ajay”, 36, of Letter Kenny Village, recognised the men and put up a resistance.

The pirates beat, chopped and bound the men before throwing them overboard and escaping with their catch and boat engine.

Anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of Fraser and
Boodrage is asked to contact the police on telephone numbers 333-3876,
333-5564, 333-2151 – 3, 337-2411, 335-3014, 225-3650, 226-1928, 911 or the nearest police station.

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